N/APosted on - 01/21/2014
I try to run Macromedia Authorware 6 on 10 different PCs in a Local Network. I cannot access Local C drive and find the “record files” location to change the properties. Is there any ways to redirect me to “record files” location and how can I solve this problem because is hard redirect location each time I want to access files. I am running Windows 7 Pro (x64).
The records file cannot be created because the following error has occurred. No such file Or directory.
Macromedia Authorware 6 shows error
It seems you have not checked the software’s requirements before you acquire it. If you are running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and you expect Macromedia Authorware 6 to run, I wouldn’t expect it. They are completely incompatible. Your operating system is too modern for this software and if you really want it to work and use on different computers on a local area network, I think you should be downgrading your system which I’m sure is not a good thing for you.
The Macromedia Authorware 7 supports Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. If these are the requirements needed for version 7, what more can you expect in version 6 since it is a little bit older. If you have the version 6, you should expect the same specifications which also might include a much older operating system.
This version you have is designed for older operating systems and will not work on newer or the latest version. It will work only until Windows XP. If you have a big RAM installed on your computer, you can install a virtual machine and in it install Microsoft Windows XP and then you can install Macromedia Authorware 6 and even 7 if you wish.